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him something out of this would make sense. should the government do it for the heroes, i don't think so. >> eric: think about this. if someone in pakistani turned him in or shot him, he would be walking around with $25 million. $25 million, i don't remember who the money was supposed to -- what we were hoping for. maybe it was supposed to go to the military. >> greg: this creates an interesting comparison against a guy that rixs his life for his country. typical bureaucrat that uses the country to pad the lifestyle. that is the person that is rewarded long-term through pensions and whatnot. one is a warrior. the other is a barnacle. the barnacle gets a better life. that is the injustice. >> bob: the person who captured saddam hussein did not get that. it's just part of your job. >> eric: i cannot imagine -- why do you go like this. i quit. bang. >> bob: all i'm saying is i suppose you could do that. >> kimberly: they would prosecute you or something. >> bob: i would be shocked if on the speakers circuit alone make hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> eric: listen to president obama o
. these things sound great. actions tell another story. if you listen to the speech, strengthening government regulations, raising minimum wage. increasing spending, borrowing taxation. nothing on school choice. what he says sounds wonderful. but the details are going to do the opposite. >> eric: he said we can't go from manufacturing crisis to manufacturered crisis. as soon as he said that, wait, $16.5 trillion in debt and spending out of control? we're in a crisis, are we now? >> kimberly: can i say something positive. wonderfully consistent with himself. he was on message. this is what he thinks. he does act like he knows what is best for the country. whether we like it or not he will put the policy you through. i like one thing he said last night, about preschool education for children. i like that. >> eric: some good stuff. >> bob: preschool for children, is there any stuff in there you can't agree with? >> kimberly: i just told you he was wonderfully consistent with the policies. he believes it. >> eric: can we talk about the gun violence issues? we need background checks and cut down w
. but it was not the biggest thing that happened to the united states government. >> andrea: eight-hour attack on a consulate. that is not exactly nothing. >> dana: all right. we got to go, we have more to talk about. coming up, is america ready for libertarian president? senator rand paul thinks he might be orb we might be ready for him. i'm not sure. we will discuss the pros and cons when we come back. ♪ ♪ [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. to travel whenever you want. hello! how sharp is your business security? can it help protect your people and property, while keeping out threats to your operations? it's not working! yes it is. welcome to tyco integr
really building our economy on sensitivity counseling? we wonder why we hav>>e a broke government. i'm surprised theyno didn't hire bob to do the training. just kidding. >> great. >> am i missing something? it sounded like totalitarian brainwashing. it was very, very creepy and i think it probably scared the people. you walk around thehi office, you're scared to say something. it was very cultish. but also, am i missing something here? why are they talking about immigration at the usda? u weren't there like corn prices they need to talk about, maybe something like that? >> that's right. this is way out of their area of expertise. but i will say this again, that the english, europeans came over and threw the indians off their land, threw them on reservations. exterminated them.ns >> ex termed? >> -- exterminated? >> farm and migrant labor is something they deal with. >> let me get this straight, bob,hi america's founding fathe, they came over here, coolonnized america, made it thee, great lad that we are told. you're saying they exterminated a whole race ofur people? >> you must have
in to buildings. [ siren ] government preparing for zombie attack. department of homeland security preparing for the end of times. you think i'm being overdramatic because my favorite show is "walking dead"? no. watch an actual training vide video. this is what happened, they reenacted a zombie attack. >> dana: why? >> eric: i don't know. >> dana: this is horse crap. >> eric: i don't know why they wasted money doing. this but the department of homeland security did that. this is not horse crap. >> dana: it's real. >> eric: zombies are are coming. >> dana: i hope they do. >> i don't believe you believe zombies are coming. >> i'm telling you. you have can't kill them. you can shoot them. shoot an arm off, leg off, they don't die. >> bob: if you get to oz the wizard could stop it. >> eric: you don't believe it? >> bob: no. "night of the living dead." remember they came up from the cemetery and shot them down? you got it in your head. what is a zombie and why is he going to they tack us? >> dana: why is the homeland security making video about it. >> eric: wasting money onsome beau attacks. >> a
that in government agencies that's a big problem. do you cyber loaf? >> yeah, i guess i do. i look at like three things in the morning. >> please don't say. >> i look at those at night. >> three things in the morning that's about it. you know me i can't make these things work. one time i used the computer i got lost in the university of egypt i couldn't get out. >> that happens to the best of us. >> i think eric is right 80 percent sounds like a lot. >> you know what internet provided at work? smoke breaks for the people who didn't smoke you would watch people who went down for the smoke break and you had to sit at your desk and do work. now you can have it's like on-line smoking breaks. >> it's not a smoke break it's a poke break. >> a poke break? >> little clever. >> should workers be paid -- follow my hand. there you go. we are back here on a show. should workers be paid over time for checking their e-mail or work calls when they are off the clock? >> i don't like winers. i know they are over checking our messages our work e-mails that's part of your job. when is anybody going to be happy to
, maybe the number. >> i think you're correct. we found that even in government agencies that's a big problem. bob, do you cyber loaf? >> yeah, i guess i do. i don't -- i look at like three things in the morning. >> please don't say. >> i look at those at night. three things in the morning, and that's about it. you know me, i can't make these things work. one time i used the computer and i got lost in the university of egypt. i couldn't get out. >> that happens to the best of us. >> i bet. >> i think eric's right. 80% sounds crazy. >> you know what the ente intert has provided for people at work? smoke breaks. you always watch the people that had to go down for their smoke break and you had to sit at their desk and do your work. now actually you can have on line smoking breaks for everybody. >> it's not a smoke break. >> it's a redistribution of the smoke break. >> i want to ask. >> it's a poke break. >> a poke break? >> a little clever. should workers be paid -- follow my hand. there you go. back here. we're on a show. >> hip know advertise me. that works on friday night. should work
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